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Russian shelling of Antonivka in Kherson Oblast kills 1

by Rachel Amran October 9, 2023 5:41 AM 1 min read
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Russian forces shelled the village of Antonivka, a northeastern suburb of Kherson, killing a 50-year-old man, Kherson Oblast Governor Oleksandr Prokudin reported on Oct. 8.

That same day Governor Prokudin reported that a Russian attack on the village of Kindyika in Kherson Oblast injured an 11-year-old girl. Three elderly women were already wounded in a shelling on the same village earlier that day.

Russian shelling has wounded 16 people, including a 9-month-old baby, in Kherson Oblast, Prokudin said.

Partially occupied Kherson Oblast suffers regular Russian attacks as the invading troops continue to hold the region's left-bank side of the Dnipro River.

On Oct. 5, a Russian strike against Beryslav in Kherson Oblast damaged a hospital and injured two medical workers.

Ukraine war latest: Russia deploys reserves north of Bakhmut, launches over 700 strikes in Kupiansk-Lyman direction
Key developments on Oct.7-8: * Military: Russia deploys ‘all available’ reserves north of Bakhmut, launches more than 700 strikes on the Kupiansk-Lyman axis in one day * Children injured in Russian attacks on Donetsk, Kherson oblasts * Air Force says Russia may launch a record number of drone at…
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